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And this is His commandment: that we should believe on the name of His Son Jesus Christ and love one another, as He gave us commandment. 1 John 3:23

Among the declarations that meet the eye when we read the Word of God are those that talk about love. To love the Lord above all things and our neighbor as ourselves is the summary of all the commandments, just as Jesus said. There’s nothing better than fulfilling His precepts. Those who do that prove they love God and, in return, are loved by the Father and the Son (John 14:21).

The verse above says that the Lord’s commandment is divided into two parts. First: to believe in the name of Jesus. By doing that, we can enter God’s presence and claim the blessings that were promised to us, which happens when we listen to His Word. By claiming this wonderful Name, we cast out demons and heal the sick (Matthew 10:8).

Second: to love each other, regardless if we feel like it or not. By obeying God’s orders, we will fulfill the conditions to be loved by the Lord and to experience His manifestation in our lives. It is wonderful to do what the Master says; by doing that, we will live better. To be loved  by God is wonderful!

Here’s an important detail in the Biblical orientation: we must love as He gave us commandment, demonstrated by the Lord during His time on this earth. By surrendering to everything He ministered to us, we will acknowledge the works of the Most High, and that will promote us before people. Those who are loved by the Father live well!

The Lord lives inside of those who follow Him, and in return, they also live in Him (Psalm 91:1). This communion makes anyone successful. That way, when you pray, God will respond; and more than that: you will be empowered to rebuke the devil, he will disappear and never come back. 

The proof that God lives in us is the fact that we’ve received the Holy Spirit – conceded to those who are born again. This happens every time someone accepts Jesus as their Lord and Savior. When that happens, they are forgiven from their sins, and through repentance, they receive vivification and are reconnected to the Father. Once they are baptized, their old nature is buried and they become a new creature (2 Corinthians 5:17). Those who are born of the water and the Spirit will enter the kingdom of God (John 3:5).

I would like to ask: have you received Jesus into your life? If your answer was no, you are in great danger! Surrender to Him right now. Do it by saying: “Jesus, I receive You as my Lord and Savior; forgive my sins and save me!” Did you say the prayer? Consider yourself saved!

In Christ, with love,

Dr. Soares

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God of commandments! In Your wisdom, You have reserved these people who have just asked to be saved a place in Your kingdom of love. From now on, we - those who have been saved - are grateful for Your goodness!

May those who are reading this stand firm in their faith and look for a Christian church to be a part of. I pray they would find You and count on Your help always. May they never again be oppressed by the forces of evil!

Thank You for living in these new-born Christians! May the protection of the name of Jesus be upon these lives, which are now new creatures. Now they are in You and Your words are in them. Amen!


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